Enock Musungwini is a holds a Certificate in Public Health and Health Systems management, Diploma in Nursing and BSc (Hons) Degree in Psychology. He holds other various certificates related to Leadership, Interaction, Facilitation and Management. He is the Director and Founder of Community Organization for Development and AIDS Prevention (CODAP) an NGO that works with youths and young people on HIV/AIDS, Reproductive health, peer education and other development programs. He has presented various Abstracts and papers at many national, regional and International conferences related to HIV/AIDS, Climate change and Leadership. He has worked for the following NGOs that work with youths and communities on HIV/AIDS: Midlands AIDS Service Organization as a Program officer for Behavioral Change Communication programs, Gweru Women AIDS Prevention Association as Project Coordinator, The CENTRE – Project Officer (Capacity Building and Outreach)
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By Enock Musungwini Enock is one of AIDemocracy’s 2010-2011 Issue Analysts. Find out more about Enock below or take a look at the Student Issue Analysts. BEHAVIORAL CHANGE is the way individuals or people Think, Speak , Act and See with regards to many health problems including HIV/AIDS. Behavior change is a process and is a strategy of moving beyond awareness thus taking programs from information to action. Understanding the behavioral change theory is key to HIV prevention. As a public health professional, I have learned that behavioral … [Read more...]